Different taxa in the species-group of Alternaria infectoria teleomorph Lewia spp. In the present study we made a polyphasic characterization of 39 strains morphologically identifiable as belonging to the A. Cladosporium malorum , Chalastospora cetera syn. Alternaria cetera and Embellisia abundans.
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Written Paper. Sisterna, M. Access the full text Link. Lookup at Google Scholar. Formation of Lewia infectoria, the teleomorph of Alternaria infectoria, on wheat in Argentina. The trapping of pseudothecia carrying asci with mature ascospores of Lewia infectoria teleomorph of Alternaria infectoria from wheat stubble under natural field conditions in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, is reported for the first time.
A Polyphasic Approach to the Taxonomy of the Alternaria Infectoria Species-Group
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